Just launched my first e-book!

BRAND NEW E-BOOK! Managing Exam Stress: From concerned to confident

Are you the parent of a teenager with exams coming up?

Can you see that your child is getting more stressed about their exams but you’re not sure how to help?
I understand this is a difficult time for you all to manage. The good news is I can help. I have been running private sessions and school workshops helping young people reduce their stress and increase their confidence for years now.
I have created an e-book for your child to give them practical tips to support both their physical and emotional wellbeing during the exam period.

We will cover: Physical support (eat, move, sleep and relax tips), emotional support (EFT tapping, confidence boosting, grounding and breathing techniques), calming product suggestions AND an exam day nerves section.

As an added bonus there is also a special support section for parents too.

Sign up today for your “Managing Exam Stress: From Concerned to Confident” e-book for the early bird price of just £27. The e-book will be available in time for the exam season in early May.  A video course will be launched soon to provide even more tips, techniques and demonstrations.

FAQs
What will I receive? You will receive a pdf file sent to you via email in May.
How will you have my email address? Please ensure you tick the box “Send me product updates” when buying the product to ensure I have your correct details.
Do you have a refund process? Due to the immediate nature of the sales, no refunds will be available.

Video time – how we have adapted to lockdown

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How we have adapated our businesses to help support our clients during lockdown.

Video wellness sessions are the way forward! I have received so many super comments from clients about how much help they have been discussing both physical and emotional health issues. So glad I’ve still been able to be there for people during these difficult times xx

Do subscribe to my You Tube channel for more short videos including nutrition ideas, meridian running, EFT demonstrations and lots more! Thank you

Stress awareness day

Hi I’m Sarah and I’m a total stress head. There, I’ve said it! As it’s #stressawarenessday I wanted to admit to it and share some ways to help manage the overwhelm.

Here are some (not so helpful) things I’m really good at. How many of these relate to you?

  • I’m very good at beating myself up and saying unkind things to myself
  • I excel in unnecessary anxiety
  • I overanalyse and procrastinate over the smallest things
  • I always try and do too much and fit in ‘just one more thing’
  • When I stand in front of a mirror, my first thought is to see how far my tummy is sticking out
  • I keep trying to be perfect. I strive to do well in everything I turn my attention to – work, home life, friendship, being a ‘good military wife’.

Does any of this sound familiar?

I know my mental state has directly contributed to my physical symptoms. Learning to let go of striving for perfection has been a huge journey. Most of the time I can manage this but sometimes I’ll wonder why things are building up again and I’ll realise I’ve set unrealistic and unattainable expectations. *DEEP BREATH* Cue some tapping and repeating various phrases such as “It’s OK to be me” and “My best is good enough”. Of course, I’m only human and sometimes it gets too much and only a good cry/rant/long hot bath will do.

HOW CAN I HELP YOU?

Stress levels, anxiety and pressure affect us all and I share this list because I am well qualified to help you in your own unique and wonderful way.

Working both physically and emotionally I can help you, your children, your friends & family be truly listened to. Using kinesiology we can find out what the body says is going on (it often isn’t what you’d expect) and what is needed to rebalance.

Let me help you unpick what’s going on in your life, mind and body and work with you to create a personal plan back to wellness and feeling back in control.

THINGS THAT CAN HELP

  • Remembering to practice self-care – taking a moment, deep breaths, affirmations, quietening the monkey mind
  • Reminding yourself that THERE IS NO PERFECT! You cannot be all things to all people so start focussing on the things YOU want to do the most
  • Scribbling down thoughts in a diary
  • Having a long hot bath (my husband practically runs up the stairs to draw me a bath when he knows I’m feeling stressed bless him)
  • Talking to someone – whether it’s a friend or a therapist, you’ll be amazed at how much better you’ll feel once it’s out there and you can work through it

On Stress Awareness Day, take a moment to put yourself first. Think about what’s bothering you the most – is there anything you can do about it, anyone to talk to about it or anything that can help? If you’ve found yourself nodding to anything written above, get in touch to find out how I can help you feel stronger again.

Here’s a link to a previous article with some more practical advice to help: www.thrivehealthwellness.co.uk/stress-and-adrenal-fatigue/